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used in Henry IV, Part 1

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lie to damage the reputation of another; or the lies told
  • Never did base and rotten policy Colour her working with such deadly wounds; Nor never could the noble Mortimer Receive so many, and all willingly: Then let not him be slander'd with revolt.
    1.3 — Act 1 Scene 3 — The Same. A Room in the Palace (37% in)
  • Thou say'st true, hostess; and he slanders thee most grossly.
    3.3 — Act 3 Scene 3 — Eastcheap. A Room in the Boar's-Head Tavern (65% in)
  • Do me no slander, Douglas: by my life,— And I dare well maintain it with my life,— If well-respected honour bid me on, I hold as little counsel with weak fear As you, my lord, or any Scot that this day lives: Let it be seen to-morrow in the battle Which of us fears.
    4.3 — Act 4 Scene 3 — The Rebel Camp near Shrewsbury (10% in)

There are no more uses of "slander" in Henry IV, Part 1.

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